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28 Sep 2008
Hi all,
Just also a note here - Openmoko Flasher has been updated to the lates repository locations and file name suffixes.

-- hns
19 Sep 2008
Hi,
there is a new distribution / flash image for the Openmoko Freerunner, called "FDOM".
It is based on the OM base system but adds and fixes applications so that it makes the FR a completely useable phone.

Link: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/FDOM

Nikolaus
23 Apr 2008
Dear all,
the Acer n30 is a robust and nice standard PDA. It was discontinued in 2006 but is still up-to date compared e.g. to a Palm Z22.

Now after some projects have ended, we have remaining a limited number (less than 20) of originally packed and unused Acer n30 devices and want to clear that. They come with German Windows Mobile 2003 version but that can be updated and/or replaced by Linux.

The interesting thing is that these devices have the same processor as the Openmoko GTA01. And the machine architecture is supported by Angstrom / OE so that you can easily install Linux, X11, GPE, Openmoko etc. on this device. I.e. it is nice device where it is really possible to play with.

We sell at a stock clearing price of just 99 EUR and can ship to many countries in the EU and some outside (where you will even save 19% VAT). Payment can be by Credit Card or IBAN bank transfer.

So if you want to make a bargain buy, you can find more information and order through:

http://www.handheld-linux.com/wiki.php?page=Acer%20n30

Sincerely,
your Handheld-Linux Team
5 Dec 2007
Hi all,
we have seen recent interest in the Compulab Em-x270 PDA module device and people were discussing that there are no single units available from the manufacturer.

So, we have organized a Group Buy.

We have selected the most complete hardware features, includes LCD, Battery and Keyboard which makes it quite similar to an iPAQ hx4700 with GPRS.

Please visit our order page for details: http://www.handheld-linux.com/wiki.php?pag...%20PDA%20Module

Unfortunately, we can't make miracles become true, i.e. offer it at $111. Since we have to cover some shipment, warranty and other risks, web-management, credit card processing fees and all those costs, we can offer it at EUR 649 (incl. German VAT) - if and only if we get 100 units. For purchases outside the EU we can deduce the VAT so that it comes to approx. 750 US$ (depending on the currency exchange rate).

This needs your help

Please spread this information and redirect everyone who could be interested to this offer. Otherwise we will not reach the limit of 100 units - and nobody gets the device.

Your Handheld-Linux Shop
(by Golden Delicious Computers GmbH&Co. KG)
25 Sep 2007
One of our customers has tried and gets this error message:
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I've tried to install KO/PI on the PC (running XP) having both copied qt-mt334.dll (www.dll-files.com) from the zip file and using qt-win-opensourse-4.2.3-mingw.exe from www.pyqwt.sourseforge.net and I still get the error message:

  "The procedure entry point ? minimumSizeHint@Qwidget@@UBE?AVGSize could not be located in the dynamic link library qt-mt334.dll.".

The error message made no hits in google.
Any hints? Ideas?

Thank you very much,
Nikolaus Schaller
The Handheld-Linux Shop
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